Thursday, September 18, 2008


Many resent the extent to which the networks and the politicians went to convince us who we should love and we should hate and who we should nominate for president.

The live events were a source of entertainment and enlightenment about what was said and what was meant and how the truth was bent to fit the facts presented carelessly to confuse and abuse the intelligence of voters trying who to choose on Election Day still a few months away. They asked themselves:

"Should I choose what's best for me or for democracy? Best for the economy?"

"Who will vote to end the war? Bring peace to the Middle East? When will this nation end inflation?"

"What about this climate situation? How will this warming affect my next vacation and the continuation of civilization?"

"I've always been a Republican, but I can't stand what McCain stands for. More war? What for? So more GIs will die fighting? Why? So oil prices can climb higher than the sky,?"

"Those politicians are nickel and diming me to death. Maybe I'll go Democrat. No, Can't do that. Independent? Makes no sense. They can't win and I always stick with the winer. But who'll win? Who'll lose? It's so hard to choose. Guess I'll check the evening news,"

"The speakers all refuse to admit what they're for. How they'll manage the D. C. store if they're elected or selected, as the case may be. I'll just have to wait and see."

And so will we!


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